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The State Government today announced an increase to residential and business electricity tariff prices. The setting of electricity retail tariffs is determined by the State Government.
Synergy is pleased to donate $12,000 to the Lights for Lifeline campaign, which raises awareness of Western Australians in crisis over the festive period. Earlier this month, Perth residents were encouraged to upload a photo, or a short video, of their magical Christmas light decorations onto Synergy’s Christmas lights Facebook page and the home with the most votes would receive a share of $7,000 towards their electricity bill.
Synergy has entered a 13 year power purchase agreement (PPA) with APA Group, the owner and operator of Emu Downs Solar Farm near Cervantes, 200 kilometres north of Perth. Under the agreement, Synergy will purchase both the energy and the Large-scale Renewable Generation Certificates (“LGCs”) from the 20 MW Emu Downs Solar Farm until 31 December 2030.
Synergy is proud to Partner with Light Up Leederville Festival this Sunday December 4 . To celebrate our involvement with the community event, we’re asking Facebook users to take a photo at the event, and share with us their favourite Light Up Leederville high-Light! Simply share your high-light photo on the Synergy Facebook wall to enter! There will be instant prizes up for grabs for to those who post on the day between 12-2pm and 6-8pm, PLUS as a major prize for the entry which receives the most likes before 12pm on Wednesday December 7.
Synergy is partnering with Lifeline WA to bring WA’s tallest charity Christmas tree to Elizabeth Quay from December 2 to raise awareness of Western Australians in crisis over the festive season. The Lights for Lifeline powered by Synergy and you campaign aims to save lives this Christmas by raising much-needed funds that go towards training volunteers to take calls from people in crisis. More than 50,000 LED lights on the 15 metre high tree will be lit up to represent the number of calls for help Lifeline WA receives every year.
Renewable energy will be the highlight of this year’s ‘Light Up Leederville Carnival powered by Synergy’ on Sunday 4 December 2016. Synergy will light up the carnival with renewable energy, powering all of the carnival’s temporary structures, stalls, food vendors, stages, entertainment and activities. Exciting new attractions to this year’s carnival include a creative five-metre-high LED ‘light’ dome, interactive light projections, a photo booth and an automated ‘music mill’ for people to experience.